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Steve Rice

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Editing (feature film)

Boiling Point (1993) as Dialogue Editor
Story of a cop who seeks revenge on the counterfeiting conman who killed his partner.
Daybreak (1993)
Set in a future war-torn America where a young woman falls in love with a mysterious rebel leader and joins his fight against a brutally oppressive government at a time when a deadly epidemic is sweeping the country.
December (1991) as Dialogue Editor
Set in a New England Military School, the story of a group of young men and their reactions to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Lionheart (1990) as Dialogue Editor
A French legionnaire deserts his company in order to rescue a brother involved with drug dealers in Los Angeles.
Near Dark (1987) as Dialogue Editor
A young man reluctantly joins a travelling family of evil vampires, when the girl he''''d tried to seduce is part of that group.
April Fool's Day (1986) as Dialogue Editor

Assistant Direction (feature film)

Ku Klux Klan: A Secret History, The (1998) as Assistant Director (Recreations)
Documentary on the history of the Ku Klux Klan.

Art Department (feature film)

Ku Klux Klan: A Secret History, The (1998) as Title Graphics
Documentary on the history of the Ku Klux Klan.

Sound (feature film)

Article 99 (1992) as Sound Effects Editor
The story of a dedicated and ambitious doctor at a V.A. hospital who refuses to turn people away or lower the level of care.
Shakes the Clown (1991) as Dialog Editor
Dark comedy about an alcoholic clown framed for murder.
Near Dark (1987) as Adr Editor
A young man reluctantly joins a travelling family of evil vampires, when the girl he''''d tried to seduce is part of that group.
Big Trouble in Little China (1986) as Adr Editor
All-American truck driver Jack Burton must help his friend, Wang Chi, rescue his green-eyed girlfriend from bandits in San Francisco''s Chinatown. In order to save her, the two men must go into the mysterious underworld beneath Chinatown, where they battle kung-fu masters and face a 2000-year-old ancient sorcerer named Lo Pan who mercilessly presides over an empire of spirits.
Salvador (1986) as Sound Editor (Dialogue)
Black Moon Rising (1986) as Sound Editor (Dialogue)
Transylvania 6-5000 (1985) as Sound Editor (Dialogue)
A spoof on the "Dracula" legend.
Certain Fury (1985) as Sound Editor (Dialogue)
Moscow on the Hudson (1984) as Sound Editor (Dialogue) (Hollywood)
While on a tour of the US, a sweet-natured Russian musician makes the sudden decision to defect. Living in New York City he struggles to attain the "American Dream" and falls in love with an Italian woman in the process.
Philadelphia Experiment, The (1984) as Sound Editor (Dialogue)
Christine (1983) as Foley
An evil car turns the class nerd into a force of evil.
Escape From New York (1981) as Sound Editor (Dialogue)
Set in the future, Manhattan becomes a prison and an ex-bank robber is in charge of rescuing the president.

Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)

Under the Lighthouse Dancing (1998)
A true story about three couples who go to an idyllic island and create a magical wedding when one of the friends insists that she wed, having revealed that she's terminally ill.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Street Gangs: A Secret History (2001) as Recreations
Street gangs have bullied their way across the American landscape for over 400 years. Fueled by immigration and the desire to live the American dream, street gangs have evolved from groups of petty criminals to ruthless multi-million dollar drug cartels. At the heart of America's street gangs is a f

Director (special)

Vigilantes (1999) as 2nd Unit Director (2nd Unit)
Half a century ago, lynching was considered common-place. It was begun as a means of intimidating former slaves who attempted to exercise their newly won rights. Nearly 4000 Americans were lynched between 1880 and 1930, the peak year being 1892, when 161 reported lynchings took place. Only 49 people

Cinematography (special)

VH1 Divas (2004) as Video
Live coverage of VH1's seventh annual Divas benefit.
VH1 Divas Duets (2003) as Video
Live special benefitting the Save the Music Foundation featuring host Queen Latifah, Chaka Khan, Mary J. Blige, and Jewel as well as announcing the winner of VH1 reality series "Born to Diva" who will perform a specially written song.
2003 Radio Music Awards, The (2003) as Video Engineer
Coverage of the Radio Music Awards presentation, which recognizes the achievements of recording artists and radio personalities in the musical formats of Top 40/Pop radio; Pop Alternative radio; Hip Hop/Rhythmic radio; Alternative/Rock radio; and Country radio.
2003 Billboard Music Awards, The (2003) as Video
Music award show which honors the highest-charting musical artists from the past year.
Moments of Truth With Stephen Ambrose (2001) as Camera
Historian Stephen Ambrose takes viewers on a personal journey of World War II. Officers and soldiers, mothers, fathers, war correspondents and nurses tell their stories of combat and camaraderie.
Secret Societies (2001) as Camera
Throughout the world, many of the most influential and powerful people are aligned with secret organizations. The Skull & Bones, the Bilderbergs and the Tri-Lateral Commission are just a few of the groups that many fear are conspiring to take over the world.
Intimate Portrait: Linda Blair (2001) as Camera
Portrait of actress Linda Blair.
Real World Reunion 2, The (2000) as Video Controller
Former members of the MTV series, "The Real World," from the Miami, Boston, Seattle and Hawaii casts discuss their experiences of living with seven strangers. Includes clips from the series.
Scariest Places on Earth, The (2000) as Camera
Reality special that explores the scariest places on Earth. Segments include: two families, the Olsons of Chicago, Illinois, and the Lastrapes of Anaheim Hills, California, who spend 24 hours in a haunted castle in a secret location in England; a priest performs an exorcism live from London, England
Mind Control (2000) as Camera
A look at how scientists and governments have tried to use techniques of mind control throughout history, be it through brainwashing, hypnosis, subliminal thought or other methods, and the science behind manipulating the mind.
Carlos the Jackal (2000) as Camera
Documentary about Carlos the Jackal. His name is synonymous with political terrorism in the 1970s. He was rumored to be the mastermind behind the Munich Olympic tragedy, the hijacking of an El Al jet in Uganda and the bombing of Pan Am 103. Six years after his arrest, the true story of Carlos the Ja
Italian-American Internment: A Secret Story (2000) as Camera
Documentary chronicling the internment of Italians and Italian-Americans in the United States during World War II.
Science of Christmas, The (1999) as Camera Operator
Documentary that researches Christmas traditions with the assistance of scientific theory and a little imagination. Scientists from Randolph-Macon College, NASA, Stevens Institute of Technology and North Carolina State University show how Christmas fiction -- Rudolph's red nose; Santa visiting 842 m
Strange Disappearance of the Anasazi, The (1999) as Camera
Documentary about the lost civilization of the Anasazi tribe of the American Southwest.
Vanished! (1999) as Camera
Documentary about five people who seem to have vanished off the face of the Earth: Judge Crater, Raoul Wallenberg, D.B. Cooper, Madeleine Murray O'Hair and Ambrose Bierce.
Busted Everywhere (Caught On Tape) (1999) as Camera
People from every walk of life are caught on tape in unusual and embarassing situations -- from a skinny-dipper discovered in a backyard pool by the homeowners, to a carpet cleaner hiding stolen liquor bottles in his steam cleaner.
Getting High: A History of LSD (1999) as Camera
Documentary about LSD, a drug invented by a chemist in a Swiss lab in 1943. His accidental discovery had an impact on the United States for decades, from defining the 1960's counterculture to clandestine use on unsuspecting victims by the CIA.
Silent Witnesses: The Kitty Genovese Murder (1999) as Camera
On March 13, 1964, Kitty Genovese was mugged and stabbed to death on the street where she lived in Queens, New York. Despite her screams, not one of the thirty-eight witnesses called the police or tried to help. Her murder became the symbol of urban and moral decay and apathy in modern society.
Mysterious Howard Hughes, The (1999) as Camera
Documentary about the death of Howard Hughes and how his eccentricity in life resulted in the suspicion of a hoax at the end.
Northwestern Mutual Life World Team Championship (1996) as Video
Figure-skating special featuring a four-team competition, comprised of skaters from the USA, Russia, Europe and Canada.
MDA Jerry Lewis Telethon (1991) as Video Maintenance
Twenty-sixth edition of the annual telethon to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

Producer (special)

Kidnapped! (2000) as Recreation Producer
Documentary about the rise of international kidnappings. The program introduces kidnapping survivors, their families and the highly trained professionals who negotiated their release under pressure.
Great Streets (2000) as Segment Producer
Documentary that highlights five of the world's best-known thoroughfares: Sunset Boulevard; Venice's Grand Canal; Manhattan's Fifth Avenue; Paris' Champs Elysee; and Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
Our Favorite Fun Food (1998) as 2nd Unit Producer (2nd Unit)
Chronicles the creation and acculturation of snackfoods, including Marshmallows, Cheetos, Jell-O, Slim Jims, Cracker Jacks and Dr. Pepper.
Doomsday: What Can We Do? (1997) as Re-Creation Producer
Examination of doomsday scenarios and what, if anything, can be done to prevent them from occurring.

Publicity (special)

Sheep in the Big City (2000) as Publicist (Cartoon Network/New York)
Pilot for an animated series about a sheep who runs away from the farm and hides out in the big city to escape a top-secret military organization that is after him. Each episode is broken into cliffhanger chapters strung together by a narrator, satirical skits and commercial and TV spoofs.

Film Production - Main (special)

World's Most Dangerous Animals III, The (1997) as Crew Member (Los Angeles)
Special features footage and reenactments of human encounters with wild animals, from massive bull elephants to tiny insects, including accounts of confrontations by survivors and witnesses and explanations of the psychology behind aggresive animal behavior.

Misc. Crew (special)

Mystery of the 364th, The (2001) as Recreation
Were over a thousand members of the all-black 364th Infantry killed by the U.S. Army for threatening military morale during World War II? Oral history, eyewitness accounts and rumor have coalesced into a tale of murder that defies logic. Have fact and fiction blended into one of history's most exagg

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